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Seyla Benhabib is professor of government at Harvard University and author, most recently, of The Reluctant Modernism of Hannah Arendt.

Scott Blackwood’s stories have appeared in Other Voices,Whetstone, and Gulf Coast, and have twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He lives in Austin, Texas.

Melvin Jules Bukiet’s most recent novels are After and Signs and Wonders. He teaches at Sarah Lawrence College.

Jim Campbell is an editor at the Times Literary Supplement.

Gillian Conoley’s most recent book is Beckon.

Daniel Farber is Henry J. Fletcher professor of law at the University of Minnesota and author of Eco-Pragmatism: Making Sensible Environmental Decisions in an Uncertain World.

Daniel J. Fiorino directs the Emerging Strategies Division in the Office of Policy at the US Environmental Protection Agency. He is the author of Making Environmental Policy.

Barbara Fischer’s poems have appeared in The Western Humanities Review and are forthcoming in The Paris Review. She is working on her Ph.D. at NYU.

Emily Fragos teaches poetry and fiction workshops at Fordham University and NYU. Her poems have appeared in American Voice, Chelsea,, and Best American Poetry 1998.

Archon Fung is assistant professor at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Forrest Gander’s most recent book, Science & Steepleflower,was published last year.

Paul Gediman is an editor at Publishers Weekly. He is currently writing a novel.

Michael Greenberg is a contributing editor at the Boston Review.His work has appeared in the TLS, the Village Voice, Threepenny Review,and other publications.

Ron Hansen is author, most recently, of Hitler’s Niece.

Jennifer Howard has just completed a novel, Athena’s Tears.

James Hynes is the author of Publish and Perish and The Wild Colonial Boy.

DeWitt John directs the Center for the Economy and the Environment at the National Academy of Public Administration.

Bradley Karkkainen is associate professor at Columbia Law School.

Brian Lennon is the author of a chapbook, Dial Series One. He received an MFA from the University of Iowa and is completing a Ph.D. at Columbia University.

Theodore J. Lowi is the John L. Senior professor of American institutions at Cornell.

Heather McHugh’s most recent book is The Father of the Predicaments.She is Milliman distinguished writer-in-residence at the University of Washington MFA program.

Richard Meier’s poems have appeared in Fence, Chelsea,and Another Chicago Magazine.

Stewart O’Nan’s latest novel is A Prayer for the Dying.

Eric Ormsby’s most recent book of poems is For a Modest God: New and Selected Poems.

H. Allen Orr is associate professor of biology at the University of Rochester and a David and Lucile Packard Fellow.

Charles Sabel is professor of law at Columbia University.

Jacqueline Savitz is executive director of Coast Alliance.

George Scialabba is a book critic in Cambridge, Mass.

Donna Seaman is an editor at Booklist,a frequent contributor to the Chicago Tribune, and the Hungry Mind Reviewand host of the radio program,Open Books.

Prageeta Sharma lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her work has appeared in Agni, New Orleans Review and Shiny.Her bookBliss to Fill will be published this fall.

Reginald Shepherd’s third book, Wrong,is out this November. After many years in Chicago, he now lives in Ithaca, N.Y., and teaches at Cornell University.

Jason Shogren is Stroock professor of natural resource conservation and management at the University of Wyoming. In 1997, he served on the Council of Economic Advisers.

Alan A. Stone is Toureff-Glueck professor of law and psychiatry at Harvard Law School.

Stephanie Strickland is the author of three books of poems, most recently True North.She lives in New York City.

Cass R. Sunstein teaches at the University of Chicago Law School. He is author, most recently, of One Case At A Time and (with Stephen Holmes) The Cost of Rights.

Lawrence Susskind is Ford professor of urban and environmental planning at MIT and president of the Consensus Building Institute.

Judith Taylor’s first book of poems, Curios,will be published next year.

Geoff Ward is professor of English at the University of Dundee in Scotland.

Mac Wellman’s third book of poems, A Shelf in Woop’s Clothing,was published in 1990.

Eric Weltman was program director of Toxics Action Center from 1995-1999.

Matthew Wilson is director of Toxics Action Center.



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